DSrupted: Session Added On Digital Signage And The Internet Of Things

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The agenda is now pretty much rounded out for DSrupted, the annual conference that looks squarely at disruptive technologies in digital signage.

I wanted a session on the Internet of Things, and needed it to be from someone who wasn’t going to just get up and talk about their device or process, and who could speak in an accessible engaging way about it all.

There’s a lot of people talking about IoT these days, and while I looked around quite a bit, a great choice ironically came up from the venue host for DSrupted, the Canadian telecomms giant TELUS.

StephenEyre_MySiteStephen Eyre is the director of TELUS’ IoT Partner Ecosystem, essentially charged with bring more and more companies into IoT from the device, data, software and user sides. Over three decades, Eyre has worked across software development, sales, business development, consulting, and for the past15 years, in creating deep and economically meaningful partnerships. He spent a bunch of years with Microsoft before joining, fairly recently, the TELUS team.

He’s going to talk about how historically isolated systems like digital signage are now being stitched together with other systems, and their data, to create the sorts of multi-faceted, integrated solutions that consumers and businesses are now demanding.

He’ll look at where the Internet of Things has been and the lessons learned, and where IoT is going, as it applies to a new generation of digital signs and consumer experiences.¬†

I also have session mapped out and speakers being finalized – one just needs to slow down long enough to send me a pic and bio (you know who you area) and then I can talk more about it.

So the day looks like this. Five one-hour sessions, plus a wrap-up panel, on the following disruptive tech topics:

  • Data visualization
  • Content production
  • Internet of Things
  • Chrome and the Cloud
  • Emerging display technologies

DSrupted is Sept. 16 in Toronto, at the Telus Conference Centre right downtown, steps from the city’s main transport hub. Registration is now open and tickets are $50 off, as an early bird incentive.

We had 100-plus people last year and great reviews for the value of the day. You can register here.

Dave Haynes

Dave Haynes

Editor/Founder at Sixteen:Nine
Dave Haynes is the founder and editor of Sixteen:Nine, an online publication that has followed the digital signage industry for more than a decade. Dave does strategic advisory consulting work for many end-users and vendors, and also writes for many of them. He's based near Toronto.
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  • Jeffrey Dumo says:

    Great to see IoT being featured at DSrupted Dave. It is a very complex subject that extends, as you know, far beyond digital signage to the way data, people, processes, and things are connecting intelligently. We worked for several months with Cisco who commissioned a research project that surveyed 7500 IT/Networking professionals. The data they captured was enlightening and complex and revealed enormous financial implications for global brands that readied their companies for this reality. You can see how we visualized some of the data — over 20K records — in a digital installation at their EBC: http://www.arrayinteractive.com/work/unprecedented-opportunity-delivered-unprecedented-experience/

    Good luck with the show!

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